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Travelin'

by For The Irony

Jam Band Rock & Roll with straight-forward lyrics, dripping sweet guitar, flowing bass and pounding drums. Music Missouri Style.
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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1. Heaven For the Irony
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2. Promised Land For the Irony
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3. Ain't That Right For the Irony
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4. Who I Am For the Irony
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5. Beautiful Sight For the Irony
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6. Stand Back and Smile For the Irony
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7. High On the Mountain For the Irony
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8. C'mon Get Back to Me For the Irony
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9. Perfect Day For the Irony
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10. Spare a Day For the Irony
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11. Travelin' For the Irony
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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For The Irony is an intense mixture of rock, blues and jazz with a southern rock flair! The 4 members who comprise the band, take pride in delivering songs that drip with the raw emotion, passion and soul that seems to be lacking in so many artists today. While never forgetting their roots, FTI, as their fans call them, also have a vision for the music to move forward and be relevant with today's culture.

They started out with a country influence which is evident in their first studio album,"Travelin". However, as the last two years have progressed the band has taken a more modern rock approach with a jam band twist and now they focus on inter-twining guitar and bass melodies over solid grooves with heavy drums. Very reminiscent of bands like The Allman Brothers & The Outlaws mixed with modern rockers like Shinedown and Silvertide.



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amanda dubois

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I JUST REALLY ENJOY ALMOST EVERY SINGLE SONG ON THE ALBUM AND THAT IS RARE. MOST ALBUMS THESE DAYS YOU LIKE A COUPLE SONGS AND YOU FEEL RIPPED OFF BUT NOT THIS ONE.